Kaveh is a Principal Consultant at Gemserv and is involved in the management and delivery of GDPR implementation projects to several multinational clients in the UK, EU and US, as well as providing executive support on risk management and the development of data protection governance programmes. Kaveh has over 8 years’ experience in the data industry and has worked on advising organisations around the management of UK-wide energy industry database systems, supported Parliamentary committees on the regulation of communications interception and net neutrality, and provided assurance and governance solutions on the deployment of AI and machine-learning systems with the local government, retail and online advertising sectors.
Kaveh holds an LLB from King’s College London and an LLM in Intellectual Property Law from the London School of Economics.
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